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and that was in watching him lead the olympics out in salt lake city, and he was brought back people saw in him the ceo alkt that he could still talk about today and employ it at the state government level. and for the first year and a half or so, i think the people were satisfied with what they saw. but then there was this social conversion and the policy shifts that came with it and as he started to run for president and now he's going to lose that state dramatically to president obama next month. so i think that we saw a glimpse of it again when this was a tunnel ceiling collapse toward the end of his tenure as governor where he was a good strong leader, he create ad a stem-to-stern review and laid it out for the city of boston and the state of massachusetts, but that was gone then so quickly. and so people there thought he was a good executive when he was engaged as an executive, but they fell out of love with him when they saw he was too much of a politician. >> it's interesting that he might be the guy to build you a tunnel, do that sort of technocratic, to get your olympics on. it doesn't requir
differently! >>> in a moment we'll get to our latest report on voter suppression, but first an update on hurricane sandy. 3200 flights have already been canceled due to sandy. and here in new york, governor cuomo has directed the mta to shut down all rail and bus services city wide by 7:00. landfall is expected in new jersey tomorrow nightpacted are mid-atlantic states and new england. if you live in those region, please be careful, stay off the roads and double check that you have batteries and water at home. now let's turn back to the election. because with just a little more than a week left until election day, we still have a little fodder for our new and old and all together most important this week in voter suppression. there are still 13 states where laws restricting voting will be in effect on november 6. there are still lingering accusations and investigations of fraud coming from both parties. that's the bad news. but the deal is there's also good news and it's really, really good news. voting rights advocates have already won many of the legal battles over voter suppression
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